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consequences for it. 44 officers faces, 15 suspensions, 23 written reprimands, three counseling and training, one demotion and two will be terminated. >> policing in that kind of environment is very difficult, obviously, but we are trained professionals. we hold our officers accountable for their actions. >> reporter: the chief reports his department received more than 1100 complaints for demonstrations last october and november and this january. the most common infraction was for officers who failed to turn on their videocameras. indy bay and other websites posted videos of some of those officers who didn't have a camera on. other infractions are excessive use of force and false reporting. >> we have thrown the officers
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under the bus with this report. we should be prosecuting criminals in oakland. >> reporter: very upset man from the oakland police officers association insists his officers will get a fair hearing through this disciplinary process. a popular restaurant no more tonight. an early-morning fire ripped through the "squat & gobble" restaurant in the west portal neighborhood. ken bastida has more where the mayor just took a tour. >> reporter: he showed up this afternoon. here's some of the damage. this is the wine bar that's next door to the "squat & gobble." and you can see there is still water coming from the second floor and also the west portal medical dental building that shares this corner building, as well. the second floor has just about been destroyed. in fact they told us this
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afternoon no one is allowed up there because it' unsafe. i talked to chief hayes and they believe the fire may have started in the basement of the wine bar and spread to the restaurant. the mayor was here this afternoon. i asked him what can he do it help these businesses? >> we have learned how to respond quickly and better because they are small businesses. i'm not just talking talk. we believe this. we'll get a good response to everybody and make sure they are informed adequately and help them out the best we can. >> reporter: yeah. people from the neighborhood have been here all day looking at this. probably about a dozen businesses affected directly and then you have the ancillary businesses next door that can't get any traffic in here today because of the mess. cate caugiran was here when the fire was burning heavily this morning. take a look. >> reporter: it was a fire that would not quit. firefighters say it started at the popular "squat & gobble"
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restaurant and aggressively made its way to four other businesses. >> i came right over here and saw the flames and everything. >> reporter: frank and his business partners with his brother who owns the restaurant his brother owned this location for 10 years right now is out of town. >> this is so sad. this store is like his baby. he takes care of them. he does everything. he has to do it right. >> reporter: frank had to break the sad news that the restaurant was a complete loss. >> such a meeting spot for had part of town, the community, the food is wonderful. everybody there is so nice. this is just terrible. everybody who works there, everybody who lives around here is really going to be upset about this. >> reporter: two office spaces, a dental clinic and a wine shop also suffered some major damage. >> it's so sad. they are just such a sweet couple. this is their passion is wine and it's obvious that this is going to hit them very hard. it took crews nearly five hours to get flames under control.
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the restaurant's roof collapsed and the flames got so strong they had to fight it from the outside. >> we had to take an interior tact. we had to get residents out or any of the occupants make sure they're safe but our next concern is confining that fire to the original building. >> reporter: throughout the morning, neighbors watched as their community hub burned to pieces. muni shut down the west portal tunnel affecting lines into the city and shuttles were brought in for commuters. the services were back up and running by 10:30 a.m. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> reporter: chief hayes telling me that three firefighters slightly injured but their injuries were not serious. this is all over the street. you have corks like this from the wine shop from champagne bottles that exploded from the heat. look at the windowsill. they had wine in the store exploded and through out on the sidewalk. you can see all those are corks sit there is behind that glass that got superheated. a the love damage here. they are -- a lot of damage here. they are still going through
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it. investigators will be here all night and keeping the area closed off to the public for the time being. live from west portal in mobile 5, ken bastida, cbs 5. a fire in the south bay gutted a family home sending two people to the hospital with burns. neighbors had reported hearing popping noises. that may have been the ammunition that the homeowner says he stored in the home on carl tan avenue near union. cause of the fire is under investigation. another early-morning house fire this one in the mission district is under investigation. that fire started on the deck of a house on fair avenue before moving into the rest of the home. one person inside the house got out safely. other bay area headlines, the couple caught driving the car that belonged to a retired teacher in hercules will be charged with her murder. darnell and tania washington were arrested two days ago in washington state. they were inside 55-year-old susie ko's blue subaru. the vallejo police bomb
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squad detonated explosives found inside a house on georgia street. police arrested 51-year-old keith allen oliveira this morning and ended up removing and detonating six pipe bombs. police were tipped off because oliveira was apparently testing his bombs in his backyard. and san jose police are investigating the city's 37th homicide. just before 2 a.m., police got a call about a person shot on rogers avenue and east brokaw road. the man was dead when they got there. he has not been identified. no arrests have been played. but this morning, san jose police did announce the arrest of 10 people in two gang killings earlier this year. the city is on pace to eclipse the record number of homicides that it had just last year. well, phase one mission accomplished? now on to phase two for the presidio parkway project. today city leaders helped celebrate that milestone. earlier in the week we told you it's been quiet since april's
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teardown of doyle drive. now you can expect things to pick up as crews rip down the remaining older elevated road building the new one. also, just ahead, a couple of new tunnels with that walkway across the top. >> we have been trying forever long before the presidio to do something about doyle drive. it was not a safe place. it is not a safe place. so whether it was a matter of safety or was a matter of quality of life and getting people moving faster, it had to be done. >> the presidio parkway is expected to be finished by 2015. well, the consensus after the vice-presidential debate, not the same as we heard last week. what the polls are saying about the vice-presidential debate especially among californians. >> from the cbs 5 weather center, good evening, everyone. sure, we have been damp, cool, but now the day that will top off in the lower 90s. pinpoint forecast coming up.
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>> testing children's self- control. a new twist to the marshmallow test what it may predict about a child's future. >> and the space shuttle is not only landing. slowly but surely it's on the move. has been since dawn in l.a. with the latest on its progress coming up. ,,,,,, ,,
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ryan: it is mathematically po re. it you can cut tax rates by 20% and still preserve these important preferences for middle class taxpayers. >> not matt cloudy possible. >> it is mathematically possible. >> it has been done before. it's precisely what we're proposing. >> it has never been done before. >> it has been done a couple of times. jack kennedy lowered taxes and increased growth. >> now you're jack kennedy. [ laughter ] >> first of all, i was there -- >> just one of several jab exchanges during last night's spirited vice-presidential debate. two men also sparred over judicial appointments, abortion, taxes, and
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unemployment. the polls split on who won that debate. cbs news showed vice president biden won about 50% to congressman ryan's 31%. here in california, the margins a little narrower. both joe biden and paul ryan got right back on the campaign trail hoping to build on any post debate momentum. cbs reporter danielle nottingham shows us how both sides are claiming victory. >> reporter: vice president joe biden continues to play offense in wisconsin friday. >> it's time romney and ryan and the republican congress take a pledge to the middle class people saying we're going to level the playing field. >> reporter: a day after a spirited vice-presidential debate. >> with all due respect that's a bunch malarkey. >> watch out, middle class, the tax bill is coming to you. >> reporter: both candidates headed back to the campaign trail. >> i feel great. >> reporter: paul ryan stopped for breakfast with his family before teaming up with mitt romney in ohio. >> there was one person on the stage with thoughtfulness who
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was respectful -- >> yeah! >> -- who was steady and poised. >> yeah! >> reporter: the obama campaign said the vice president walked away with the win. but friday, the white house had to defend his answer about the deadly attack in benghazi, libya. >> we weren't told they want more security. >> reporter: former security officials testified this week that they had asked for more manpower. >> he is doubling down on denial. we need to understand what happened. >> reporter: white house officials defended the president. >> matters of security personnel are appropriately discussed and decided upon at the state department by, uhm, those responsible for it. >> reporter: libya is among the issues that both presidential candidates are expected to discuss in their town hall style debate tuesday. danielle nottingham, cbs news, the white house. ah, attention, costume shoppers. how you can get your kids
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outfitted for halloween without spending a dime. >> and space shuttle endeavour is only going 12 miles but its top speed only 2 miles an hour. we'll update its final destination and where it is now coming up. ,,,, measures... measure up. money to our schools. "misleading." out here. it. but there's hope. straight to our schools... keeps it there. politicians.
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but nothing like this. the e
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ts final you see a lot of things during the evening commute on l.a. roads but nothing quite like that. the space shuttle endeavour on its final 12-mile trek to the california science center. cbs reporter dave lopez on a slow crawl into the history books. >> reporter: just before 2:00 endeavour left the parking lot. sounds strange to say it, doesn't it? a space shuttle leaving a parking lot in inglewood? but there it was. down la tijera over to manchester where there were some very tight squeezes along the way. we were told in some spots endeavour would have about a 6" clearance with the wingspan. it came close. but no problems so far. it was a sight that caused a great deal of commotion. and it should caught quite a stir and looky-loos. when was the last time you saw something like this, this big, staring at you in a parking lot! the view is always better on
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top of dad's shoulders. there was plenty to see and if you ever wondered how they can back up something this big, take a look. the multi-million dollar transporter did its job. smoothly backing endeavour into the place in a parking lot where it stayed there for more than six hours. the public loved it. the journey to the space museum began at exactly 11:30 last night. endeavour wheeled out of the hangar at the united terminal at l.a.x. slowly leaving the airport property on to sepulveda east way and la tijera. flashbulbs, cameras, all around. this machine made out of silicone, titanium, and ceramics that flew at 17,500 miles an hour in space going through the streets of los angeles at 2 miles an hour. so far, so good for an event that is not described as a once-
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in-a-lifetime event but, rather, a once event. back here live on manchester if you are not familiar with the city of los angeles, we're not far from the forum. i'll step out of the way for a couple of seconds and let you take a close-up look at endeavour middle of manchester boulevard, a very busy thoroughfare here in the city of los angeles. they are now making the transfer from the transport to a -- to a smaller transport and it's going to go across the bridge and continue its journey tomorrow. i was wondering, do you think that this baby could have any way, anyhow, gone through the streets of san francisco? i'd love to see it go down lombard. >> i was going to say the twisty part of lombard? [ laughter ] >> we thought it would go overhead but you got the best close-up view. i guess after this dave, how long before people are going to get to see it on display? this is a great thing today. >> reporter: it will be on display open to the public on
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october 30th. >> all right. get a good look while it's there. dave lopez, quite a sight. thanks so much. right where i went to college. how to trade in and up for your kid's halloween costume and who owns your twitter followers? on the consumerwatch, julie watts says you would be surprised. >> reporter: last week a federal judge ruled against a pennsylvania woman who charged her former employer hijacked her twitter account by changing her linkedin -- excuse me her linkedin account by changing her password and swapping her name and photo with the person who replaced her. social media accounts for work may belong to your employer. last year, a california company successfully sued for owner ship of a former employee's 17,000 twitter followers. but this is still a legal gray area especially in light of california's new social media privacy law. suggestions to help keep control of your friends and followers? well, first, use personal email to set up your social media accounts. don't reference your company in
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your screen name or profile pick and think twice before sharing your password with coworkers. maybe it's the economy or the popularity of going green but this year, halloween costumes swaps are popping up everywhere. a group called green america is sponsoring more than 150 costume swaps across the country this weekend. alameda is holding its swap this saturday. from furry creatures to elmo to m&ms all you need is a costume to contribute. organizers say swapping saves more than money. it helps save the environment by keeping costumes out of landfills. the u.s. postal service announced as of january 27, you'll be paying one cent more. the first class stamp will now cost 33 cents a forever stamp 46 and they are introducing a new global forever stamp that allows you to mail a letter anywhere in the world for a dollar ten. now, other prices are also going up. it's one of the few things the
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post office can do without approval from washington. the usps has been begging for controversial changes like cutting mail delivery on saturday for some time now. for more information go to and find a list of costume swaps throughout the bay area. >> thank you. all right. roberta, i was just contrasting the way it looked in l.a. for dave lopez and how it looks outside behind us. >> they have some rain showers across southern california, as well. all associated with this same area of low pressure that's been hanging out for days and days and days, and it's finally going to kick out in time for your weekend. good evening, everybody. it's live, it's our cbs 5 weather camera, and we are looking out towards that -- look at this, heavily valley, the same system -- heavily valley, the same system that brought us rain overnight brought snow to heavily and heavily.
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-- brought snow to heavenly and kirkwood. we'll be able to see the subset at 6:35 temperatures into the 60s. winds flat. so friday night will be dry. overnight, mostly cloudy. tomorrow, we will start off gray then sunshine and then warmer conditions each and every day. the rain is out of here 40s and 50s overnight lows. the cold front brought us rain for several days out of here now. now we have high pressure firmly building in strengthening each and every day. and we will see a warmup due to the high pressure that will be building in. so what does this translate into? for the pumpkin festival? gorgeous, sunny, 64.
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statewide however we have an area of low pressure to the north that will bring some rain showers across the northwestern quadrant of the state. 70s throughout the central valley and mid- and high 60s across the high sierra so certainly that dusting of snow will melt. 60s at the beaches tomorrow, partly sunny 60s and 70s at the peninsula. up to 76 morgan hill. the winds will be flat, 78 in brentwood, a good 10 degrees warmer than today. 75 to the north in napa, otherwise mid-70s common in santa rosa through cotati into penngrove. now check this out carefully each and every day. first off sunday warmer than saturday. and then we are going to start to see some air quality problems perhaps by tuesday, wednesday more moderate levels of ozone in the atmosphere as our high soared to the low 90s this time next week. wow. >> all right. thank you. all right. decades ago, these little things told us about kids' demands for instant gratification. i'm going to have one right now. now how a test involving children and marshmallows can
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predict adult behavior. u.s. intelligence believes iran was behind cyberattacks on u.s. banks and against the world's largest oil company. we're going to have new information on cyber warfare tonight on the "cbs evening news."
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front of a kid --or an anchorman-- and watch 'em disappear. the sugery treats n kids okay. who can resist the marshmallows? you put a plate in front of a kid or in this case an anchorman, they will disappear. a study on kids and self- control. dr. kim mulvihill says it's been tested before but now there is a twist. >> here she is comes. want it now or -- >> can i have that? >> she wants it now. reporter: whether it's demanding your attention or a sweet treat, ask any mom, kids lack self-control. >> like waiting in line. she wants to get on the ride now. >> reporter: but learning to wait is good. studies show kids with the best
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self-control do better later in life. they have greater self-esteem, higher s.a.t. scores and they are less likely to be obese. but are some children just bor impulsive? a new study involving marshmallows shows they can learn t researchers tested two groups of young children even given a jar of well used crayons and told -- >> you can use either these crayons right now or if you can wait until we get some from the other room you can use our big set of art supplies instead. >> reporter: each child waited 2.5 minutes. >> all right. so i'll put these here. >> reporter: half got great art supplies. the other half -- >> i actually don't have that big settle of art supplies i told you about. >> reporter: the researchers then brought up stickers. >> you can either use this sticker right now or if you can wait for me to go get them from the other room you can use a bunch of stickers. >> reporter: once again -- >> i'm sorry. i couldn't find the other stickers either. >> reporter: that's when marshmallows became part of the experiment. researchers told the kids it was snacktime and said here's a
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march malo. you can eat this now or if you wait until i come back, and you have not eaten it you can have two. the results? the kids who learn they could rely on what to expect waited 12 minutes and got a reward. those who had learned waiting does not pay off quickly gobbled up marshmallows. bottom line, if you want to help your kids learn to wait, help them learn they can count on you. dr. kim mulvihill, cbs 5 healthwatch. ,,
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children, sold for sex. prosectors say the problem s just getting worse, and it's happ i'm dana king. here's what we're working on for the 6:00 news. children sold for sex. prosecutors say the problem is just getting worse and it's happening right here in the bay area. how a ballot initiative aims to stop human traffickers in their tracks but why not everyone is on board. it's electric and it's bay area stores like anything else in the auto industry. we're talking about tesla. why the car maker is now being sued. that and more at 6:00. >> thank you. see you in 30 minutes. we saved you one marshmallow. well, i tried. [ laughter ] >> sorry, dana. >> impulse control, roberta. [ laughter ] >> "cbs evening news" with scott pelley is next. we'll leave you with the shuttle as it's making its way to the california science center. captions by: caption colorado
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